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side and the latino community. >> reporter: people who might be shot if they invade each other's territory, walk in and sit down. thank you. we know they are suspicious of us and each other. we tell them our purpose. find one concrete action, that night, that can help stop the violence. there, too, my abc news colleague, alex perez, who grew up in these neighborhoods. and so, the meeting begins. we pose the question -- can it be that there's no way to do something? >> it's so deep. i don't think anything really can. >> it's all nothing, really. >> reporter: right away, one by one, they start to tell us, we don't understand, how they are caught up in a vortex of increasing violence. >> never going to stop, because it keeps growing like a disease. >> people are not just shooting to shoot. they shooting, they try to kill you. >> reporter: and kill you over something as petty as an insult, a text. >> revenge. people do something to one of your friends, you want to do something back. >> everybody want to be famous and everybody want to get they name out there and stuff. >> reporter:
, the first triple crown winner in nearly half a century. the first latino ever. it's an illusive prize, a combination of hits, homers and runs batted in. baseball greats from babe ruth to joe dimaggio never reached this milestone. >>> and a picture in the news tonight. a brand new dinosaur. we're seeing it for the first time. called pegomastax africanus. its bones were found in the slate of a rock in south africa and it looks ferocious, but guess what? take another look. it is more chihuahua than t-rex. about as big as a house cat. small enough, maybe, to chew on your ankles. a beak about the size of a parrot. and not sure he could hold his own in jurassic park. [ growling ] perhaps not. >>> and coming up right here, the song that made us all twist and shout 50 years ago. but can kids today name that beatles tune? [ male announcer ] imagine facing the day with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with less chronic low back pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a
palo alto. and there is a church that has many latino immigrants. i'm live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> and there is a woman accused of abandoning her 10-year-old daughter is now in custody in the santa clara county sheriff's office. marcy keelan arrested last week with her 11-month-old son and a male companion excited and -- exindicted and handed over from sheriff deputies. police say the 38-year-old left her daughter behind when caught shop rifting a car full of groceries. she faces burglary and child endanger oomt if you live in a rural part of the bay area you may have receive aid bill for fire coverage and wondering y today they sued the state claiming the fee is unconstitutional. and we have the report from sacramento. >> there is a panel caught it on fire. >> and this is almost done having his garage rebuilt after a fire destroyed it. there is no cost to fight the fire and there is sometime after receiving a bill for 150s oodz where did this come from? i don't want to pay that. there are bills began going out to 825,000 mostly rural california residents who live in what is ca
. this scam has targeted latino victims. >> there is health officials warning rez don'ts avoid touching bats. a 34-year-old resident dived contracting rain ease. the man succumbed to the illness and officials say he may have contracted it after coming into a contact with a rabid bat. >> a bat was flopping on the ground. and acting weird. another individual picked up the bat with a bag and the gentleman who died went over and stuck his hand in the bag and was likely bitten. >> most cases happen after it is bitten. once symptoms again, -- begin, it is almost always fatal in humans. >> this is in saratoga county. all southbound lanes are closed and you can see why. authorities aren't sure how this began but do say lanes are slick with moisture. two people were seriously injured and 25 others have been taken to the hospital. >> there is another instance of seats coming lose on jets this, time, grounding a flight out of san francisco the airline says the flight to mim was canceled this morning after a row of economy seats on that boeing 7 a57 came loose before takeoff. >> there is a a cool down h
my father's life and contributions of latinos and immigrants. all of the hard work they've done to make this great land. cÑñr an effort to boltster support from the hispanic community. judging by the crowd he more than succeeded. >> very happy, very proud, today, we've created history. >> one of the thing that's caught me was a?È statementzv aa national monument it's capturing part of the american that is unseen, farm workers are part of america. >> the monument is destined to become a place of pilgrimage to a man inspiring farm workers and presidents. >> our world is a better place because caesar chavez decided to change it. let us honor his fem -- memory and live up to his example. >> the national parks service expects the nation yam monument toxl become a culturalú and historic, destination.s >> and the president will head to ohio tomorrow, very important in this election before returning tozthezv white house, we're going to hear from mitt romney later in this that have the. >> bill clinton will be in the area tomorrow, he's scheduled to appear in a campaign event at uc
to the university of texas. her lawyers claim african-american and latino students were admitted with lower scores than hers. nine years ago, the justices ruled such race-based emissions were legal. but the court's composition has changed. >>> jerry sandusky is spending a final few days in jail before being sent to state prison for likely the rest of his life. the former penn state coach was sentenced to at least 30 years behind bars for sexually abusing boys. three of those victims spoke in court about the damage they suffered as sandusky just steps away. abc's jim avila explains what is next for the disgraced excoach. >> reporter: life in prison echoing in his ears, heading back to isolation in county jail for another ten days, as state prison prepares for him. nothing special. no separate quarters, even for famous pedophiles in pennsylvania. after 30 days of assessment, he'll be assigned to the general population, in one of the state's 25 men's prisons. >> sandusky's lawyers are planning to appeal. >>> new this morning, a boston man is facing a slew of federal charges can after he tried boardin
, the auto bailout. of all the policies and the arguments -- >> or miscounting latino voters. or people who don't respond to hard-line phone calls. or just the science of polling. >> or the number of times i have refused to pick up my phone when i can see it's research firm. but, nonetheless, i think a nightmare frankly, maybe we can all agree on this, is that there are some electoral college/popular vote difference. >> one scenario is that it just doesn't come down to one state, like ohio, is that you got four, or five, states and each one of those five is in that circumstance and then we're in total confusion. >> we have december 31st coming up. not like all the time in the world to make these decisions. >> you talk about ohio, they don't even count all of the absentee votes in ohio until november 16th. it will take longer than that for the provisional votes. andrew, you talked about polls. last time around, our abc news/washington post had president obama's number dead-on. 53%. now romney at 49%. talk about the possibility that governor romney wins the popular vote and loses the electora
admission to the university of texas. her lawyers claim that african-american and latino students were admitted with lower scores. >>> the board of supervisors have voted to reinstate the sheriff despite his conviction of a domestic violence case involving his wife. >>> walmart's labor problems have spread to dozens of stores in at least 12 cities. the protesting workers want the right to unionize, saying they're underpaid and lacking in benefits. they will be taking their protest to arkansas tonight, where walmart is holding its annual shareholders meeting. >>> people are getting stressed out at work. pressures on the job is the number two cause of stress after financial worries. "the wall street journal" says companies are responding by offering everything from training programs to different kinds of office wallpaper, all to create a sense of calm. boy, what wouldn't be good there? >>> also, this guy, rich. he's single and he wants to get married. why can't he find someone. this is former wall street trader, larry greenfield. he's making headlines because he's speaking out against ma
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